Two good ol' boys from right here in Georgia have a Bigfoot in their freezer. I have a very simple rule when it comes to this type of claim. "Extraordinary proof requires extraordinary evidence." Let's see it. Let's MRI the whole thing. Let's work to preserve it for future study. etc. etc. That's what real scientists do with real evidence. Ten to one none of that happens here. In fact I'd be willing to bet that we never see any evidence at all and in a few weeks they will claim that their evidence was "stolen".
Hey I'd love to be proven wrong and I'll gladly eat crow when this is declared a new species. Until then I think that these two bozos have just taken a picture of a Bigfoot costume that they bought online. Doesn't that seem much more believable?
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